Sensors & Transducers


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Compact infrared sensors with versatile mounting options and three modes of operation.
June 2000, Gail Norton Instrumentation
This new, innovative, Smart Place infrared self-contained sensor series is offered in three different modes of operation; through-beam mode with a sensing distance of up to 6 m, proximity mode with a ...

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Self-contained miltibeam light curtain
June 2000, Gail Norton Instrumentation
The SG 09 forms a protective screen by generating a curtain of up to 79 infrared criss-cross beams with protection up to a height of 1610 mm, ensuring detection of passing passengers and thus preventing ...

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Proximity sensors that are well-suited for the food and beverage industry
May 2000, Pepperl+Fuchs
While traditional proximity sensors often make use of plastic housings, or metal foil construction, which while quite practical for many less demanding roles in industry, will often show a shorter working ...

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Lable sensor improves reliability and requires no user adjustments
April 2000, Turck Banner
RET Automation now offers Banner Engineering's SLC1 Series label sensor, a high-precision label sensing device that requires no programming or adjustments. Designed to provide accurate detection of labels ...

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Compact proximity sensors with range
April 2000, Turck Banner
RET Automation is offering Turck's new Q25/Q30 compact inductive proximity sensors-low-cost, long-range sensing devices that fit and function where standard size units do not. This combination of size, ...

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New patented miniature photoelectrics one-third the size of predecessors
March 2000, Turck Banner
Banner Engineering has announced new Mini-Beam 2 sensors, an entirely new generation of ultra-miniature sensors just one-third the size of the original (and heavily-copied) Mini-Beam that debuted 15 years ...

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Unusual optoelectronics
March 2000
With its new series BOS 26K, Balluff has introduced a complete family of laser and red light sensors. The newest optical and mechanical designs are integrated together. All diffuse models work with precise ...

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Process transmitter programmable with Windows software
Jan 2000
lnstrotech's locally designed and manufactured Model 9000 process transmitter can now be supplied together with Windows software for user-friendly programming. The DIN rail mount instruments measure ...

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Flexible modular terminal blocks
Jan 2000
As part of the 1990's business re-engineering process, many of Honeywell's top customers have identified potential financial rewards through better utilisation and more efficient management of existing ...

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Banner 'Expert'colour registration sensor
Jan 2000
Banner Engineering, represented locally by RET Automation, has announced the R55 series 'Expert' colour mark registration sensor, a microprocessor-based device featuring dynamic and static pushbutton ...

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Easy on/off control systems
Jan 2000
Bürkert Contromatic's new switches can provide the process engineer with a valuable option that is able to cuts costs. With these easy on/off control systems, pressure, flow rate, temperature, level and ...

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Pressure sensors that combine hygiene with economy
Jan 2000
IFM Electronic's new range of flush-mounting pressure sensors has become an attractive choice for applications in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. The reasons include hygienic construction ...

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Compact laser sensors
Jan 2000
Baluff's laser sensors use brilliant red light, offer an extended operating distance and can switch at high frequencies. Conforming to protection class 2 means that no special safety precautions are necessary. Using ...

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Temperature sensor has hot head remote to the electronics
Jan 2000
A large number of operating procedures often demand process temperatures of up to +200°C. High temperatures mean the end for most electronic devices - not so for Baumer Electric's capacitive CFAH series ...

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Angle sensor with integrated DC motor control
Jan 2000
Conventional servo drive installations use a drive unit (motor and gear) with a shaft encoder and a control unit with power supply and motor. A cost-effective alternative is now available locally from ...

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Isolated sensing of temperature
Jan 2000
A new range of temperature sensors which includes models that allow the control monitor to be mounted remotely from the sensor probe, has been launched by IFM Electronic. Remote monitor mounting provides ...

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Temperature transmitter for head mounting
Jan 2000
The T42 Profibus-PA digital temperature transmitter provides an effective link to process control technology. Low measurement deviation, universally adjustable measuring ranges, galvanic separation and ...

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Frequency measuring transducer for frequencies up to 120kHz
Jan 2000
The invariably adjustable frequency measuring transducer MCR-f/UI-DC from Phoenix Contact is suitable for frequencies up to 120 kHz. Inventory costs are lowered thanks to this flexibility because the ...

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Robust ,Budget magnetic encoder
Jan 2000
Magnetic encoders provide angular information by noncontact tracking of a multipole ring magnet based on a magneto resistive sensor. Depending on the angle between the sensor and the magnetic field, the ...

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Reliable filling level detection
Jan 2000
Baumer Electric's new capacitive filling level sensor reliably detects fill levels - even under the most difficult ambient conditions. Available locally from Temperature Controls, its compact size M12 ...

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